BOMDILA, Oct 4: The alleged ‘indifferent’ and ‘undisciplined’ attitude shown by certain branch managers and employees of the State Bank of India (SBI) in West Kameng district have come under sharp criticism.
The meeting of the District Consultative Committee and District Level Review Committee held here on Wednesday mainly centred on the all time low Credit-Deposit (CD) ratio at 17.64 percent and on the alleged indifferent and undisciplined attitude of certain branch managers and employees of the SBI.
Taking strong exception to the visibly low CD ratio which had fallen from 18.62 percent to 17.64 percent, Deputy Commissioner Sonal Swaroop said that the banks operating in the district need to gear up their activities with all seriousness and every possible effort should be made to increase the CD ratio.
In order to make the banks answerable, the DC directed all the branch managers to invariably submit monthly reports to the LDM and DC by the 25th day of every month, detailing all the particulars.
Baffled over the indifferent and undisciplined attitude of certain branch managers and employees of the bank over non-implementation of the PMEGP schemes even after the due date, the Deputy Commissioner set October 15, 2017as the deadline for sanctioning the schemes under PMEGP by concern banks. (DIPRO)